A world transformed through a rejection of war, militarism, violence and discrimination, where peace and security is built on feminist principles, human rights, justice, protection of the environment, and equality for all people and communities.
Women Nobel laureates united in actions with courageous women leading peace around the world. Leveraging collective power to amplify nonviolent solutions, defend justice, and champion equality for all.
We are committed to sharing power, to transparent and responsible use of power, to using our own power to amplify the voices of those with less power, and to model alternatives to tyranny and patriarchy.
We are committed to honesty, and to communicating with clarity with each other and the communities we engage.
We are committed to self-awareness, taking responsibility, and ensuring mutual accountability through regular cycles of feedback and support for improving practices.
We are committed to sustaining people, movements and ourselves, practicing care and solidarity in all aspects of NWI's work internally, and with the multiple communities we are part of.
Affirmation of human rights
We reject all forms of oppression and discrimination. We reject racism, sexism and ableism. We affirm human rights and commit to building our capacity to center diversity, inclusion, compassion and trauma-informed practice in all we do.
We affirm the knowledge, abilities and relationships that we each bring to our work, and seek out the unique insights and perspectives of one another and NWI's partners.
We seek out opportunities to articulate and advance our common agenda. We show up for one another and our various communities.